“Make una sha carry the video come” TG Omori reveals his stance as Wizkid’s remark against rap music causes an uproar


ThankGod Omori Jesam, better known as TG Omori, a Nigerian music and video director, has revealed his position as Wizkids’ comment about rappers in Nigeria continues to elicit mixed reactions.

Creebhills earlier reported that Wizkid declared the Afrobeat genre of music to be the new pop in a recent interview with 10 magazines, adding that the rap genre of music is dead.

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He said: “Afrobeats is the new pop, sold two million copies in America off of one song! Even some American artists don’t have a diamond record.

“If I’m being honest, I don’t listen to any other genre of music anymore. don’t listen to rap that shit is boring to me. It’s dead now, it’s tired. These guys do the same shit, rap on the same beats and the same flows.”

Weighing into the comment by Wizkid that has since caused an uproar among other artists, Omori who is known as a leading figure in cinematography took to Twitter to reveal where he stands.




According to the 27-year-old, no matter the genre of the song, the making of the video should be brought to him.

He wrote: Rap or Afro beats. Make una sha carry the video come.

"Make una sha carry the video come" TG Omori reveals his stance as Wizkid’s remark against rap music causes an uproar

"Make una sha carry the video come" TG Omori reveals his stance as Wizkid’s remark against rap music causes an uproar



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